Do you believe in this quote "if it was meant to be, it will be"?
Are we just fooling ourselves with this quote or is there some actual fact behind it? Do you believe people just say it to make themselves feel better?
only if it was ment to be bad. good things don't just happen. good things take work.
by ii3rittles 6 years ago
Why do bad things happen to people that don't deserve it?
by Stacy Harris 7 years ago
Do you believe in Karma?Do you believe that what you do in life will come back and haunt you? Does this directly effect your actions?
by jamesroy11143 7 years ago
Do you believe in Luck?
by kevina oyatedor 5 years ago
Is anyone anticipating good things to happen this year?
by Kenna McHugh 2 years ago
Are we meant to meet people by accident or is it meant to happen?
by mlzingarella 6 years ago
Do you expect that good things will happen for you?I want to be optimistic, and I usually am. I do find, however, that when I am over worked and stressed that I am living my life with the expectation that it will all getter better and easier. I wonder if this is a sub-conscious mental trick that...
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